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COLUMBIA SCIENCE IN THE NEWS
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A device that uses ultrasound to calm nerves in kidneys may be able to help some people get their blood pressure under control.
Researchers have developed a highly accurate machine learning model for detecting dementia in older drivers.
Two new papers offer striking and surprising insights into the often-studied galaxy OJ 287.
A Columbia professor, postdoc and alum are co-authors on a paper that uses new methods to analyze the waves that black holes emit when they collide
Meet Columbia Climate School's Lisa Dale, a political scientist who studies how policies, both domestic and international, might help us live more
The academy also elected Christopher H. Scholz, Professor Emeritus of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, and alumna Regina Barzilay.
Columbia gastroenterologist Shilpa Ravella on the foods everyone should be eating — and the ones to avoid.
Fifty-seven past fellows have won a Nobel Prize in their field.